Would cutting federal arts funding hurt American culture — or make it even stronger?
“Put another way, if you make $50,000 a year, spending the equivalent of what the government spends on these three programs would be like spending less than $10,” Philip Bump wrote for the Washington Post recently. NEA supporters also contend that ...
Regis College makes way for sculptor Nancy Schön
MetroWest Daily News
That's the thing about the art of Schön, of West Newton, who is best known for her whimsical Make Way for Ducklings sculpture that's graced Boston's Public Garden since 1987. Often joyful, her works inspire the viewer to read, study and find out more.
Local Museum Seeks To Preserve Pink 'Pussyhats' From Women's March
The "Make Way For Ducklings" statutes in Boston's Public Garden wear pink hats for the Women's March. (Jesse Costa/WBUR). The “Pussyhat Project” was begun by a group of Los Angeles women — screenwriter Krista Suh and architect Jayna Zweiman with ...
Photos: Women's Marches In Boston, Washington And Around World
(Jesse Costa/WBUR) (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Dan Futrell and his dog, Liberty, were a crowd favorite on the march down Commonwealth Avenue. (Elizabeth Gillis/WBUR) Demonstrators unloaded from buses on Charles Street. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) The Make ...